The government is hopeful of the passage of the GST bill in this session amid indications that a number of regional parties have broken ranks with Congress on the issue and are willing to extend their support to the crucial economic reform measure.
For the category outstanding lead actress in a drama series , the nominees are: Taraji P. Henson , Empire; Claire Danes, Homeland; Robin Wright, House of Cards; Viola Davis , How to Get Away with Murder; Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black; Keri Russell , The Americans.
Erdogan, who had been holidaying on the southwest coast when the coup attempt was launched, flew into Istanbul before dawn on Saturday and told thousands of flag-waving supporters at the airport that the government remained at the helm. Turkish police have urgently ramped up their presence in Istanbul , with special forces and military hardware deployed to the streets and orders to down aircraft without warning, following unconfirmed reports of rebel helicopters approaching the city.
After talks with the First Minister on Friday, Theresa May said Article 50 would not be invoked before there was a "UK approach" to Brexit negotiations. Scots rejected independence in a 2014 vote. Ms Sturgeon has said Scots must not be dragged out of the European Union against their will and she will explore all options for preventing that from happening, including a referendum on independence from the rest of the United Kingdom.
One of them remains in critical condition. If she could talk to the shooter, or anyone considering violence against more officers, she said she'd remind them of a judgment beyond the penal system. The man who authorities say gunned down three police officers today in Baton Rouge , Louisiana, served five years in the U.S. Marcelle urged residents to suspend daily protests Sunday that followed Sterling's killing.
But the poll showed Clinton with a wide edge over Trump on whether they are qualified to be president, with 59 percent seeing her as qualified, compared to just 37 percent for Trump. In the most recent poll this year, an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll this week, just 78 per cent of voters picked Clinton (39 per cent) or Trump (39 per cent).